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tuition before we stop funding, clean energy we should ask big companies to give the government tax breaks. before we as seniors to pay for more firm health care we cannot simply afford under these circumstances. despite all the rhetoric they are confident i deadline will be reached. >> a laptop in a piedmont section >> and had at gaylord's cafe three robbers entered the shop and stealing laptops from people sitting inside. one tackled the peace that they've pulled a gun and shot a woman sitting out here in the leg. >> a fair amount of blood shoe is pretty, about >> she was working at the time of the robbery. >> when i came many bought ice-cream and two more guys came in and bought the same thing and then were just hanging around outside. there was a cop car pulling ups they got away for a second >> cafe shooting happened just before 11 not saturday night. it is a normally quiet piedmont avenue >> we get all lot of laptop to snatched here all the time. >> still n head on the kron 4 weekend more on the news of 80 wineglasses dallas. it it should be a nice day today perry [ male announcer ]
-- met clogging traffic. >> his mother is coming around the corner now. >> this space is not big enough to accommodate every bus that comes in here. >> as the number of buses increase, police are increasingly concerned about public safety. >> it is only a matter of time when someone will get hit. >> tour buses are a significant contribution to the a billion- dollar tourist industry and those with streetsmart sale town will find a way. >> as long as you have agreed -- have greed. >>> that beautiful golden gate bridge, always something wonderful. we have a little bit of sun peeking through and a little bit of fog pushing for the north tower. earlier this evening, san francisco. it is going all the way inland, not that big of a deal. is what happens in summertime. we could have some drizzle. we are going to have another cloudy and cool day. look for mostly cloudy skies, some breaks and sunshine merge into the afternoon and winds coming off the ocean about 15- 25 miles per hour. here is the tracker tonight. it is putting the filed offshore. it will push into the bank for the overnight hours
of highway 237 is back open this morning. yesterday a driver died when a big rig truck slammed into the centerdoid and then caught on fire. this happened on the eastbound lanes of 237 just past the matilda exit. >> reporter: according to the california highway patrol the driver of a big rig truck carrying a load of dirt lost control. witnesses say the truck slam under to the centerdoid. >> that collision overturned the vehicle and trapped the driver of the vehicle and then the big rig caught on fire. >> reporter: the driver unable to escape died before rescue crews could arrive. the truck spilled dirt across the highway. exactly what caused the driver to lose control is still under investigation. no one else was iniered enthe accident and crews were able to open all lanes in both directions. the driver of the truck had not yet been identified. >>> also this morning a young teenager is recovering after being stabbed while walking to a dog park. the victim was with a friend when it happened. the boy suffered injuries to both kidneys. investigators say the three suspects were ar
is responsible. >> reporter: there is the capital of oslo. on the big board for a closer look at where these two acts took place. over here is oslo where the bombs went off and a couple hours later, 25 miles northwest of oslo, that is where the shooting occurred. we are told a man dressed as a police officer started shooting at children at a youth camp. two deadly scenes and one heart breaking day for the peaceful country of norway. >> reporter: this is the man police say is responsible for the deadliest day in norway since world war ii. this is his picture. the horror started on friday in the capital of oslo. one bomb exploded killing 7 people and injuring dozens mormon couple hours later he did more damage. he used multiple guns, shooting at children at a youth camp. at least 80 deaths have been reported at that site alone that & that number is expected to rise. some people who tried to swim away were shot in the water. that camp is affiliated with the government. norway's largest tv broadcaster describes him as single, christian. grant lodes, kro
, but on the upper deck of the bridge. no hot spots around the bay area. >> a big story of san francisco, a pilot injured last night after being attacked in miami by two passengers headed to san francisco international. will tran is live at the airport with details. some >> we learned that he was attacked twice. here are the mug shots of the two brothers involved in all this. >> one brother was not after wearing his t-cellsseat belt. bt flight attendants tried to publicly get him to wake up, but he was unresponsive. when he told him he needed to get off of the plane, after you was unresponsive, or that is what the other brother got into this situation and sucker punched the pilot in the airplane. here is what one passenger had to say. >> they were escorting the man off of the airplane. as they got through the door, one of the men struck the pilot in his face. that is when everyone jumped up periods tsks ask. we follow thee corridor, we subdued him and got him on the ground. >> after being sucker punched on the airplane, the pilot helped to escort the passengers off the airplane. once he's got to
a lot of cleanup to do. there are some of the charge containers. they are pretty big containers. >> on to weather, a complete check on the forecast for your neighborhood and the warm-up that is expected. >> we have a live look this morning from the roof camera. you can see fog and low clouds basically blanketing the city this morning. a lot of those coastal locations in the north bay as well. that is not what we are seen everywhere. as we look at the maps you will see in walnut creek, this was shot just 10 minutes ago. sunshine into things were fairly clear. low clouds and morning fog in certain areas. overcast and others. this afternoon, partly cloudy and warmer tenders. inland highs in the '90s. we will wake up tomorrow morning again to the club circuit and fog. capital-letter at 8:00 a.m., foster out much of the heart of the bay. by noon in will be affecting only the by midnight we will see fairly consistent overcast conditions throughout most of the bay. to resists afternoon will be in the upper 80s and 90s. currently in the '50s and '60s. for in the far east bay is where wi
anything. >> another big story we are following, a richmond teenager back home in the bay area after a survival training trip was cut short by a bear attack. 18 year old victor martin was with the group when the bear attacked them. the teenagers were crossing the river about 100 mi. north of anchorage alaska. he was third in line of seven hikers walking on a trail when they came across a grizzly bear. state troopers believe the bear was protecting a cub. he sustained a bite new-line above his ankles. he kicked the bear to get away. the teams were on a 30 day wilderness education >> san francisco police are looking for whoever was involved in shooting a woman in north beach last night. police responded to this area on francisco street between taylor and mason streets around 9:30 p.m. after a woman was walking along, walking home when she heard rapid gunshots. then, she realized that she had been shot. it police to not know if she was hit by stray gunfire or if she was actually targeted. >> the u.s. government has exactly seven days to increase the nation's debt ceiling otherwise the g
is backing out on 80 details coming ups [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste of a subway® bbq pulled pork sub. tender, succulent slow-cooked pork with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, all on freshly baked bread. subway. eat fresh®. >> >> the opening bell on wall street and called they will raise the deal in the debt deficit. >> new information about our first hotspot 0 this morning 880 west bound first report was debris in the lanes then i motors strike " struck the latter the was in new-line this is all look at the ride at buchanan's street you conceive the back up at the albany curbs. and your normal drive time would be 13 minutes and it is now at 24 minutes you might want to think of an alternate route. again the drive time normal at 13 now at 24 now look at the weather >> quick look at the san mateo bridge some haze in is out there fog along the coastline in terms of the weather low cloud cover fog and drizzle afternoon highs will be through 60-80 degrees will have a complete look to your weather in just a few minutes >> top stories at the hour at east palo up to one
with the high of 71, oakland and hay ward at 73 and these numbers close to what we had today. not a big change from saturday to sunday. low 60s in san francisco and fairview the high of 70s and here is the seven-day forecast around the bay and at least for the next three days, we will see below average temperatures, upper 60s and low 70s by the bay and upper 70s and low 80s inland and the cooling trend the next few days but then things begin to warm up towards the end of the week and into next weekend and we will be back in the upper 80s. >>> former vacation is winding down for many students but for some kids in southwest missouri they don't know what they will go back to because of a storm that swept the city. >>> mark is not sure what he will find he heads back to school in a month. >> i'm worried about my friends because they got blown away in a tornado. >> it has been two months since the tornado ripped through joplin and kill 159 people. >> all of the windows were blown out and there was nothing but windows basically. >> and wasting no time, construction on schools started four days after
the weather in the bay area, the big weather that is making news across the country. the heat wave is scorching most of the country. there are people out there jogging in the sun. this is a video from minneapolis. the high temperatures are really keeping people inside turning up their air conditioning. many regional electricity providers are worried with record usage this week that maybe the great cannot take it. forecasters are predicting this heat wave could continue into the weekend. it has even been deadly in some cases. hon they are opening fire hydrants and sprinklers. we're looking at another warm weekends. >> i have some of those numbers for you. expecting to 103 in dallas, 101 in washington. we have a slight cooling trend kicking in. we are dealing with a morning low clouds and coastal fog. mostly sunny conditions and warm tartars. slightly cooler in the breezy into the weekend. how are still dealing with patchy clouds. by noon is one to fall back to the clothesline with mostly sunny conditions. halthe coast will get to the '60s indicated by the grain. the yellow is indica
'sales of liquidatf their contents of their stores. they're offering big discounts as part of their going out of business. >> where will these customers really be? for the purchasing books online? the deep discounts is liquidating their in-store merchandise drew a crowd. >> why did we not get here? because borders. maybe that is why it they would not be closing. >> $200. >> i guess i got some good the books. and now i got them at $2 each, $4 each lot >> up to 40% off and there are some good deals, for sure. these japanese kept coffee tables are only $10. usually they are $60. some items are only just 10% off. they requested no cameras but also long lines were relevant. people were reading their selections as they're reading 20 minutes- 30-to check out. 399 stores nationwide. a sad day. >> amazon is not personal >> i am sorting through the remains of a once great bookstore. it is like picking up the bones. i am sorry to see a book store ago. >> the beginning of the end of the 40 year-old chain. they love to but more difficult to find a real brick and mortar bookstore and it will be more diffic
in concord that fog. 80s inland. hetuesday, notice that big changes we're going to remain mild. and it is going to begin to get warmer for wednesday. towards wednesday in area of 80s. it is going to warm up for the bay and the inland locations. for now, it will state mild. '70s for the south. , sough and upper 70's, low 80s for these inland locations left san ramon. antioch is one of the warmer spots at 85 degrees. 60s and san leandro, parkway, richmond. for san francisco a high of 83. exactly of what we're looking for today. low 60s at the ocean with partial clearing. it is going to remain partly cloudy. morning fog late sunshine and highs in the 70's. perhaps a few degrees warmer with fog creating the sea breeze also for the afternoon will weaken, substantially by late week. from the bay side, to mid upper 70's possibly into the low 80s for the weekend. inland temperatures also warming up. low mid 90's by friday. a >> off the. amy winehouse here are your entertainment headlines. >> it could be a while before we know exactly what cost the death of a knee winehouse the autopsy
big discounts as a part of its going out of business sale. rock >> where were all of these customers when borders it really needed a one-night wonder, purchasing books online, but the deep discounts now offered as the borders chain liquidate its assets through a crowd in sunnyvale. >> why do we come to buy books may be borders when i've been closing. >> almost $200 of books, magazines i do not know where to buy magazines anymore. >> i found some books that i was hoping to get for ages, now i have them for $2.40 dollars that is a blessing. >> the sign that here says up to 40% off and there are some good deals. like these large coffee table books that sell for like $60 just going for $10. a lot of the people i talked with said that many items are going for 10 percent of police for now. borders said no cameras on the inside, they peek through the door to reveal long lines around the store with customers reading their selections as they waited about 20 minutes to 30 minutes to check out. this is one of 38 stores closing in california all those 399 nationwide. some customers said that
that teachers survivor skills the group was cussing a river what a big grizzly with female and her cub attacked their group. two others were seriously injured >> we're following the latest involvement of norway or if you will be arraigned in court today it will be a closed door hearing this is the suspect on the suspect's lawyer said his client was trying to trigger an anti muslim revolution wit. this is video of this search around the island at that you can 93 people were killed 96 others were wounded four people have not been accounted for. >> we're getting more information on the bullets separated used the bullets were designed to break apart inside the body bear there was a 1500 page manifesto describing how he bought the armor and guns. and french police are searching his father's song in southern france 8 artwork searching for something he has not been in touch with his son for several years we will hear from a young man who survived the shooting another >> story we're following has let the person data and another injured along east bay and you glad >> investigators are still here seven h
it is just a back-and- forth between agencies getting ready for the big event. the board has set in media reports is working with that of our molest with a more detailed plan. >> another one of the teenagers that survived a grizzly bear attacked as too long to his family this a 17 year-old sydney it mailmen he was one of the teenagers that was at the alaskan wilderness thacenter. >> it is gonna take a little bit of time but i look forward to getting back into the wilderness maybe not in alaska. >> it was having an emergency training on how to help one another. >> i meant accidently mistaken as cigarette lighter and and i've done she accidently shot her daughter >> i picked it up and and it did new-line my we're giving it to my friend in went off the we did not know the girl has been released from hospital but she still has the bullet in her arm police are investigating >> we have a new report on people behaving badly we have a new report and take a look out at our roof cameral it i. we'll be right back >> + 0 is being badly today has new buildings and new construction and it new way for p
written. this bankrupt chain is now offering big discounts as a part of it's going out of business sale. >> where were all of these customers when borders really needed the one i wondered? purchasing books online perhaps. their liquidation of their merchandise drew a crowd in sunnyvale. >> why didn't become more and buy books? maybe borders would not be closing right now. i've got some books and magazines, i do not even know where to buy magazines anymore. >> i found some books that i was hoping to get for ages. and now i have them for like $2.40 dollars, that is a blessing. >> the sign says up to 40% off and there are some good deals. like the large coffee table books that sell for about $60 they are now to is $10. allow people are saying that the items inside is going for 10% off. borders said there are no cameras allowed inside but we look through and we could see long lines snaking around the store with customers reading their selections as they waited about 20 minutes to 30 minutes to check out. this is one of 28 stores closing in california about 399 nationwide. some customers
in about eight weeks. >> we are also watching wall street, the dow had a big drop out of the day, down over one of three. and rebounding slightly, still down 43. concerns over whether or not government officials will reach a compromise on raising the debt ceiling. >> here is a quick look at weather and traffic. >> in the san ramon valley, the chp still has a sig-alert. we still have a hot spot with two lanes blocked northbound. there is still no estimate on when it will get the lanes open. there is an overturned vehicles, some nails and fuel had spilled in the roadway as well. so there is no commute of the normal drive time would be about 12 minutes heading north from dublin's alamo. -- dublin to alamo. it is now up to 22 minutes. a check on weather. >> here is a look at walnut creek this morning. in a lot of sunshine there, but more fog at the coast. here is a look at some of your east bay temperatures. we will talk about how much longer you can expect the fall to hang around coming up in just a few minutes. >> in east palo alto, a shooting early this morning, late last night leaves one
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